Delaware County to Implement a Countywide Reassessment in 2021

On March 16th, Delaware County Court of Common Pleas Judge Charles B. Burr, II entered a stipulated Order directing the Delaware County Board of Assessment Appeals to implement and conduct a Countywide reassessment of all properties, effective January 1, 2021. The last countywide reassessment in Delaware County was implemented in 2000, based on 1998 “based year” market values. A new reassessment could significantly impact property taxes. Taxpayers in Delaware County should evaluate the potential tax increase or reduction before it happens. To learn more about the County opposition to the initial reassessment Order, read our previous client advisory here.

David Schneider is a partner in Archer’s Real Estate Tax Appeal Group. His primary practice is Pennsylvania property tax appeals where he has significant experience representing taxpayers in Delaware County. Please feel free to contact David at 215.246.3172 or dschneider@archerlaw.com to discuss how the Delaware County reassessment could impact your real estate taxes. He can help you evaluate any potential exposure to an assessment and tax increase as a result of a reassessment, and identify potential opportunities to minimize or even reduce your real estate taxes. There is no fee for a preliminary analysis of your property tax assessment.

DISCLAIMER: This client advisory is for general information purposes only. It does not constitute legal or tax advice, and may not be used and relied upon as a substitute for legal or tax advice regarding a specific issue or problem. Advice should be obtained from a qualified attorney or tax practitioner licensed to practice in the jurisdiction where that advice is sought.

 

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